A PPT on cloud formation and a series of why and how questions about clouds. Types of clouds are listed at the end of the lesson. Presented by: Maida Kanwal (17) Hira Sumbal (15) Zunaira Nawaz (21) Sheeren Rehman (31) Um e Laila (09) Aarfa Tufail (11) Cloud Formation. As the air rises, it cools and the water vapor condenses on some form of particulate matter such as dust, ash, or smoke to form clouds. The particulate matter are.
Clouds are usually associated with precipitation, but most cloud types do not produce precipitation. Unit 4 Lesson 2 Clouds and Cloud Formation. How do. The water from clouds may fall to Earth as rain, snow, sleet, of hail (precipitation). How Clouds Form. Clouds form when water vapor in the air condenses (turns. What are clouds? Clouds are water; Either small liquid water drops or tiny pieces of ice. How are clouds formed? Clouds form when the air rises; As a blob of air.
For a cloud to form, there must be water vapor in the air. humidity- the measure of the amount of water vapor in the air. relative humidity- the percentage of the. Formation of Clouds Clouds are formed when water vapour is cooled below the dew point during its upward movement. Dew point – the temperature at which. Stratus clouds are formed low in the atmosphere when air is forced up slowly. Heavy precipitation does not usually fall from stratus clouds, but moderate rainfall . Cloud Formation. Matt Rogers ([email protected]). Department of Atmospheric Science. Colorado State University. AIM Workshop.